February 26 – February 27, 2018

This is your chance to meet experts, share work, and contribute to the future of software—together.

Part 1: Explore

Hear from the area's top tech and community leaders, and meet fellow builders at this one-of-kind community conference. We’ll spend an evening exploring what’s new, what’s to come, and how you can get involved.

Part 2: At Work

This one-day event brings together team leaders and entrepreneurs to discuss what (and how) they’re using GitHub at work.

Register for the event that fits your interests—or join us for both!

Part 1

Explore

Part 1 Speakers

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    Michelle Mannering

    Founder

    MishManners

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    Michelle Mannering

    Founder

    MishManners

    About

    Known as the “Hackathon Queen”, Michelle is at the forefront of Melbourne’s startup, science, and tech scenes, helping to drive the city’s entrepreneurial culture. Not only has she founded a couple of companies, she is heavily involved in the startup ecosystem from running hackathons to MCing, speaking, esports, and facilitating a range of events. She’s currently started a new venture, working with corporates on their innovation strategies, running hack days, and design workshops.

  • headshot of Hui Jing

    Hui Jing

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    Hui Jing

    About

    Chen Hui Jing is a self-taught designer and developer with an inordinate love for CSS, as evidenced by her blog that is mostly about CSS, and her tweets, which are largely about typography and the web. She used to play basketball full-time and launched her web career during downtime between training sessions.

  • headshot of Ken Soh

    Ken Soh

    AI Singapore

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    Ken Soh

    AI Singapore

    About

    Ken is now working on AI applications in AI Singapore, with a specific focus on using process automation to accelerate and scale digital processes. Prior to joining AI Singapore, Ken founded an open-source company, researching and developing TagUI tool out of his Eastern Europe base. He previously held technical and leadership positions in DBS Technology and Operations, HP Enterprise Services, ADP Dealer Services and A*STAR Institute for Infocomm Research. Ken is an e-Resident of Estonia, a participant of UN Global Compact and a patron of Mastodon - an open-source social network.

  • headshot of Alyssa Ong

    Alyssa Ong

    Microsoft

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    Alyssa Ong

    Microsoft

    About

    Alyssa works with Microsoft's Commercial Software Engineering team and is the resident expert in chatbots. Featured in VentureBeat as one of the top 100 people to watch in the chatbot space, she loves building epic stuff with enterprise and startup developers across Southeast Asia. Her next crazy goal is to... build an AI clone of herself!

  • headshot of Faten Healy

    Faten Healy

    Solutions Engineer

    GitHub

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    Faten Healy

    Solutions Engineer

    GitHub

    About

    Faten Healy is an Inside Solutions Engineer for APAC @ GitHub, based in Sydney, has a wealth of experience in all different parts of the SFLC. She is passionate about software and enjoys helping people to understand the power and beauty of Git and GitHub.

Part 2

At Work

Part 2 Speakers

  • headshot of Michelle Mannering

    Michelle Mannering

    Founder

    MishManners

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    Michelle Mannering

    Founder

    MishManners

    About

    Known as the “Hackathon Queen”, Michelle is at the forefront of Melbourne’s startup, science, and tech scenes, helping to drive the city’s entrepreneurial culture. Not only has she founded a couple of companies, she is heavily involved in the startup ecosystem from running hackathons to MCing, speaking, esports, and facilitating a range of events. She’s currently started a new venture, working with corporates on their innovation strategies, running hack days, and design workshops.

  • headshot of Ken Soh

    Ken Soh

    AI Singapore

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    Ken Soh

    AI Singapore

    About

    Ken is now working on AI applications in AI Singapore, with a specific focus on using process automation to accelerate and scale digital processes. Prior to joining AI Singapore, Ken founded an open-source company, researching and developing TagUI tool out of his Eastern Europe base. He previously held technical and leadership positions in DBS Technology and Operations, HP Enterprise Services, ADP Dealer Services and A*STAR Institute for Infocomm Research. Ken is an e-Resident of Estonia, a participant of UN Global Compact and a patron of Mastodon - an open-source social network.

  • headshot of Sam Hunt

    Sam Hunt

    Country Manager for Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific

    GitHub

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    Sam Hunt

    Country Manager for Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific

    GitHub

    About

    Sam Hunt is GitHub’s Country Manager for Australia, New Zealand and Asia Pacific. Sam leads a talented local team of developers and technical support and is responsible for overseeing regional partnerships, community engagement, customer support and sales across the region.

  • headshot of Hemant Prasad

    Hemant Prasad

    Crest

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    Hemant Prasad

    Crest

    About

    Mr. Hemant Prasad is a technology entrepreneur with over 15 years’ experience in IT industry. Over the years he has successfully conceptualized, planned, designed and delivered various enterprise technology solution projects to customers across industry domains e.g. Public Sector, Banking, Telecom, Oil & Gas and Retail in different geographies including Asia-pacific, Middle-east and Europe.

Schedule

Mon February 26

6:00pm

Doors Open

Doors Open

7:15pm

Welcome

Welcome

7:20pm

Lightening Talks from the GitHub community

Lightening Talks from the GitHub community

8:45pm

Final Talk

Final Talk

9:00pm

Networking and Explore Showcase

Networking and Explore Showcase

11:00pm

Close

Close

Tue February 27

8:30am

Doors Open

Doors Open

9:30am

Welcome

Welcome

9:45am

Product Talks and Customer Stories

Product Talks and Customer Stories

10:45am

Coffee Break

Coffee Break

11:15am

Technical Talks and Customer Stories

Technical Talks and Customer Stories

12:15pm

Closing keynote

Closing keynote

12:45pm

Lunch and Partner Showcase

Lunch and Partner Showcase

2:30pm

Close

Close

Singapore

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FAQ

  • Do I need my ID for entry?

    An email confirmation is all you need to check you in.

  • What language will the events be in?

    Constellation Singapore presenters will be speaking in English.

  • Will parking be available?

    We highly encourage attendees to take public transportation or ridesharing services to events. Parking is not provided at the venue but can be found in the general area.

  • Will there be a place for me to store things?

    Yes, we’ll have a coat check area. Please don’t leave any valuables.

  • Where do I go if I lose something?

    Find a GitHub team member if you lose something while at the event. Email events@github.com if you realize you lost something after.

  • Do you provide meals?

    We’ll provide light bites and beverages at Explore, and breakfast and lunch will be served at Align.

  • Do you accommodate special dietary needs?

    Gluten free and vegetarian options are always provided at our events. If you have additional dietary needs, please let us know at least 48 hours in advance and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

  • Will non-alcoholic options be available at the meetup?

    Yes.

  • What if I don’t want my picture taken?

    Please let a GitHub team member know upon check-in. You’ll be provided with a red lanyard to let our photographer know.

  • I have a question which isn't answered here?

    Email it to constellation@github.com